We stayed at the Hampton Inn in Kimball Junction/Park City during our week long stay over New Years. The hotel is exceptionally affordable and is a short and easy drive from three ski resorts as well as downtown Park City. The hotel is next door to a WalMart and across the street are two grocery stores (including a Whole Foods), the state liquor store as well as a ton of small shops and restaurants. The hotel is the typical Hampton Inn - clean, safe, affordable and provide hot coffee all day long!
The only dissapointment was that we paid extra to get a room with a small kitchenette. The kitchette had a small stove top of which the large burner didn't work for most of our stay despite asking management twice to fix it. Also, the cooking "utensils" that the hotel supplied were pathetic for a Hampton Inn - A very small sauce pan and a very small skillet were it! The. These pans weren't enough to cook spaghetti in and barely allowed us to scamble eggs in the morning. Also, no knives (other than a dinner knife) were provided. As such, we did a lot of "pre cooked meals" from the nearby grocery stores and used the hotels cutlery to eat it. Also, no oven was provided but a really nice large fridge and freezer. That being said, definitely plan to stay here the next time we are in Park City - we will plan to pack a few kitchen utensils unless the hotel hears my pleas and upgrades the pans provided.